Composition Theorems Without Pre-Established Session Identifiers

@inproceedings{Ksters2011CompositionTW,
  title={Composition Theorems Without Pre-Established Session Identifiers},
  author={Ralf K{\"u}sters and Max Tuengerthal},
  booktitle={IACR Cryptology ePrint Archive},
  year={2011}
}
Canetti's universal composition theorem and the joint state composition theorems by Canetti and Rabin are useful and widely employed tools for the modular design and analysis of cryptographic protocols. However, these theorems assume that parties participating in a protocol session have pre-established a unique session ID (SID). While the use of such SIDs is a good design principle, existing protocols, in particular real-world security protocols, typically do not use pre-established SIDs, at… CONTINUE READING
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Composition Theorems Without Pre-Established Session Identifiers

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